Sep 18, 2010 2:00pm EDT
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Sep 18, 2010 5:00am PDT
pounds. her opponent, over a thousand pounds and 13 feet long. look at that. mary ellen marachristian went out on a south carolina lake hunting for alligators. boy did she find one. somehow she fought the gator and actually won. in an early show exclusive she joins us along with her husband mark. thanks for being with us. >> thank you. >> i've got to ask you how in the world did you hook this gator, over a thousand pounds? >> well, i had help. we went on a blacks' camp and we were in a boat and what you do on an alligator hunt is first your initial strike on the alligator is with a fishing pole and it has very heavy braided line on it with like about 100 test -- >> it grabbed onto that and then you are fighting with it. and what happens next? >> um, well, we stuck him with a harpoon. >> goodness. >> we had two lines on him, got him with a harpoon. >> you had no idea how big this thing was, correct? >> oh, no, no. kevin davis, who was with us, he thought it was probably a ten-foot gator, which was what we were hoping for. so, i had no idea it was that big. >> and how did you get him on
Sep 19, 2010 12:00pm EDT
and puts on her dancing shoes. >>> massachusetts resident marry ellen captured and killed this ail gator in south carolina. she fought the beast for two hours before taking it down. having grown up in florida and seen many large gators i'm guessing there might have been a gun involved at some point. not sure you could do that with